KEIGHLEY'S Yorkshire Division One match against Moortown tomorrow (7.30pm) is unlikely to be the only Friday Night Lights league fixture at Rose Cottage.

Their RFU-funded new artificial grass pitch, which was officially opened before Christmas, has the additional benefit of being flood-lit and the club are keen to utilise the facility for some league matches.

"It is something that we would like to pursue," said Keighley RUFC chairman Sam Griffin.

"Moortown actually requested it as they have several players going down to the England international, and it suited us too as we might get a decent crowd tomorrow, depending on the weather.

"It will happen in the future I am sure as long as both participating clubs agree, but this weekend it also gave us the chance to firm up the Yorkshire Carnegie v Leicester Tigers under-18s game (Saturday, 3pm), which had already been pencilled in.

"It will also give people the chance in future to watch the second team or the third team, while this weekend we will also have the Six Nations on the big screen.

"Other Friday Night Lights games that we have staged have been North Ribblesdale Seconds v Keighley RUFC Academy, and Bradford Grammar School first XV v Woodhouse Grove first XV."

Meanwhile, Keighley's Josh Slingsby has been selected for this season's Yorkshire under-17s squad.

The wing or full back is already leading the try-scoring for Keighley Colts with 16, and made his senior club debut last Saturday for the Stags.

His Yorkshire under-17 debut could well come on his own club's AGP as they face Lancashire there in their first match on Sunday, February 25 (2pm).